Low resolution images will appear distorted when printed.
High resolution images are more suitable for printing.
What is image resolution?
Image Resolution describes the detail of an image in pixels per inch (ppi). The more pixels per inch, the greater clarity an image has. Printers rely on high resolutions of 300-1200 ppi. Computer monitors are made for diplaying images at 72-96 ppi, but an image that display's fine on a website may not always have the intended clarity when printed.
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